Student journalist Sahana Unni shared more about her story "Pronoun Problems: Students frustrated when teachers don’t use the right pronouns."
Does your high school have an official student media policy? Is it a good one? Join this workshop and find out.
The Student Press Law Center is proud to welcome two new members to its Board of Directors, Shawn Healy and Hannah Wise.
West Virginia Senate approved a New Voices bill, but SPLC requests a crucial amendment to prevent constitutionality issue.
Join the Student Press Freedom Day student co-chairs and your fellow student journalists to talk about how you can overcome censorship and other barriers to your work.
A fan-favorite annual event, the Op-Ed Boot Camp is the perfect opportunity for student journalists to take your op-ed writing and pitching skills to the next level!
In this Legal Question of the Week, SPLC experts explain what recent TikTok bans mean for student newsrooms that utilize the app.
Nathalie Miranda from the Pearl Post shared what it was like writing their story that sparked a nation-wide discussion on student press freedom.
Telling your personal story is a crucial skill for advocates. In this workshop you’ll learn techniques and get to practice with your peers.
Leila Saidane from The Daily Texan shares how she used her role as a researcher on the student paper to find new and interesting stories.